Below are six recent articles from PolitikStube with the latest news on the Coronamadness in Germany. Many thanks to Hellequin GB for the translations.
Article #1: Masks are bad for your health:
The first meta-study on masks is available — Result: masks are hazardous to health
From RA Ludwig: The authors urgently advise doctors to respect their oath and to give liberal exemptions.
This study should mean two things:
1. Doctors who are targeted by the public prosecutor for allegedly false certificates may not be prosecuted. 2. Fines for mask violations must be withdrawn.
Anyone who has received a fine should send this study to the competent authority / public prosecutor’s office.
School administrators, teachers and employers should also be more careful. Remember, the pandemic will be over, and with it panic and hysteria. Then the courts — only to divert attention from their own guilt — will scapegoat you and persecute you with all severity. I strongly advise against “compelling” even a student or an employee to wear a mask without first having received a specific positive certificate from a doctor.
I also advise business owners not to expel anyone not wearing a mask.
Masks are harmful to health and there is not a single study that clearly shows the benefit.
Write on your doors that you assume that anyone who does not wear a mask is liberated. It is not your job to play the deputy lord. You are only putting yourself in the danger of making yourself liable to prosecution.
Article #2: Hospital ICUs are not overwhelmed:
Reality in intensive care units — Helios-Kliniken boss: “The situation is not really dramatic at the moment”
The Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn repeatedly warned of the overloading of the intensive care units and of the dramatic situation in many hospitals that were reaching their capacity limits, and in his speech in the Bundestag yesterday, Spahn again pointed these things out to justify the change to the Infection Protection Act. The situation is so noticeable that Spahn reduced orders for 10,112 ventilators last year and canceled 8,505 orders again.
The situation is so drastically noticeable: In 2020, 20 hospitals had to close in the middle of the deadliest “pandemic” of all time, the clinics were not sufficiently occupied with patients and could not make any profit as a commercial enterprise. Of course there are also some hospitals that are working to the limit, but the situation is probably not as dramatic as the politicians and the media want the citizens to believe.
Stirring panic and targeted disinformation — that has been the linchpin of the government since the beginning of Corona to justify measures, lockdowns and the “emergency”, but now someone is finally speaking the truth, the head of the hospital chain Helios:
“The situation is not really dramatic at the moment, even if our large hospitals in particular are now treating a large number of Covid patients again,” said Francesco De Meo of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Thursday edition) with a view to the intensive care beds being occupied. The total number of cases is currently still below what the hospitals would have managed during the second wave in winter.
“In the beginning the discussion revolved around the hospital beds as a whole, then about the staff, now about the intensive care capacities.” He thinks one should look at “the whole picture”. “And I don’t think it makes much sense to scare people further as long as we’re on the level of the second wave,” warned De Meo.
The Helios hospitals currently care for around 15,000 patients without Covid-19 in normal wards and a good 750 with Covid-19. There are currently just under 1,150 patients without and just under 330 patients with Covid-19 in the intensive care units.
“There have always been full intensive care units, that’s nothing new,” he said. However, it works well to move patients to hospitals with free capacities, “which means that the effectiveness of our health system stands and falls.” In Germany, patients are quickly transferred to the intensive care unit.
Source: Epoch Times
Article #3: The government of Saxony cashes in on COVID:
Ten times the fines: With Corona only cashing in works!
From the AfD parliamentary group in Saxony: At the end of the Corona season, the government will once again pull out the very big cudgel: the so-called “Corona emergency brake”. With this, it not only wants to close most schools and daycare centers, but also to cash in on the fines, reports the LVZ [Leipziger Volkszeitung].
Previously, if the contact restrictions were violated in Saxony, 250 euros were due. The new law allows the government to charge ten times that amount — a whopping €2,500!
And it gets even harder: Anyone who celebrates their birthday and is caught can now even end up in prison. Up to five years in prison may be imposed if a celebrant infects another participant with Corona.
“I think the new fines are excessively excessive,” criticized the financial policy spokesman for the AfD parliamentary group, André Barth. “Apparently the government is increasingly resorting to authoritarian means because it has lost the approval of the citizens.”
Article #4: Corona = more debt:
Merkel’s minion at the Federal Constitutional Court pushes Germany into the debt union!
The Federal Constitutional Court rejects an urgent application against the EU’s corona development fund, reports Der Spiegel.
Karlsruhe paves the way for the EU’s €750 billion reconstruction fund. The constitutional judges reject an urgent motion against the common debts.
From the German side, nothing stands in the way of the European Union’s €750 billion reconstruction fund. The Federal Constitutional Court refused to stop the EU borrowing money.
The urgent application by a citizens’ initiative to the AfD founder Bernd Lucke was unsuccessful. Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier can now sign the relevant law for the national implementation of the EU’s own funds decision.
GERMANY IS DONE!
Article #5: Greens want fundamental rights restricted even further:
(AfD) Gauland: For the Greens, the curtailment of fundamental rights does not go far enough
On the abstention of the Greens in the Bundestag in the vote on the Infection Protection Act, the AfD parliamentary group leader Alexander Gauland, explains:
The Greens abstained from voting on the Infection Protection Act because the massive curtailment of basic rights is still not enough for them.
The economic damage that the government is causing with its policies is not yet great enough for the Greens. That is why they want, above all, to grind the economy down even more. With their contribution to the Infection Protection Act, the Greens show where the journey goes when they are involved in government: Bans, Restrictions, lack of Freedom.
With this ban-everything-that-is-not-in-our-interest Party, Germany would go from bad to worse. That danger is real. Because even if the citizens do not fall for the blatant and brazen election campaigns of the media for the Greens, every vote for the Union is also a vote for Green participation in government.
The attitude of the Green parliamentary group to the Infection Protection Act must be a renewed warning against this left-wing authoritarian party to every freedom-minded citizen.
Article #6: Corona unemployment:
Just the beginning! Because of Corona measures: More than 1 million people lost their jobs
The economic consequences of the Corona measures are devastating; more than a million people have lost their jobs, including 477,000 employees subject to social insurance.
The real extent will only come when the short-time working regulations expire; the suspension of the obligation to file for insolvency (keyword: up to 800,000 zombie companies ) is not extended and the bankruptcy wave really starts rolling, and that could perhaps occur shortly, according to the BTW [Bundesverband der Deutschen Tourismuswirtschaft/Federal Association of the German Tourism industry]. On top of that, another storm could sweep over Germany from autumn and develop into the very last nail in the coffin, if the goblin expert with proven gaps in knowledge should follow in the footsteps of the no-alternative Uckermark pearl.